Game Awards host teases we’re due to see some a glut of games premiered this week.
Xbox 360 and Xbox One still have a handful of games due for release before the end of the year, including Destiny's The Dark Below DLC, and Telltale's Game of Thrones.
It revolutionalised the games industry and brought us classic titles such as Gran Turismo, Tekken and Resident Evil – and this week the original Sony PlayStation turns 20.
DriveClub races back up the charts and LittleBigPlanet 3 debuts in the top ten.
Worms Battlegrounds and The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief are now available to download for free on Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Secret Ponchos and Final Horizon also due alongside Ivory Tower’s next gen racer and Telltale’s new adventures in Westeros.
Dennis the Menace and his dog Gnasher have been playing pranks in print form since 1951, but now they’ve found a new, entirely digital playground: Minecraft.
It’s Christmas-list season and it’s possible that if you have children or tech-loving adult in your household, one of them will have cheekily requested a new games console. You may even be thinking of buying one for yourself so that you can steadfastly avoid festive television.
Grey Goo's developers, Petroglyph Studios, have announced the release date for their new RTS game.
The long awaited Grumpy Cat movie comes to UK television this week.
Elite: Dangerous is coming to Xbox One as a console exclusive, Microsoft has announced.
Mobile game Crossy Road has made $10m in just over three months since its launch in November 2014, including $3m from in-game video advertisements.
World of Warcraft is set to launch real-money transactions and the ability to play without paying for a subscription, as developers Blizzard move to position the game against free-to-play competitors.